Motorhome Reviews

Time to Roam’s unbiased motorhome reviews are carried out by experts in the field who are committed to providing accurate and trustworthy information for those looking for a new campervan, RV, motorhome or expedition vehicle or off-road motorhome. They’re always conducted in real-to-life situations by people who actually camp and motorhome themselves. The list is constantly growing, so check back whenever you can.

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Campervan Review – Frontline Hiace Adventurer

Started 30 years ago now, Fronline Campers has built a solid reputation for simplicity and reliability. Founded by a young Peter Farugia, who’d been building campers for another well known Sydney brand, and Jeff Verhagen, the pair’s first ... [Read More]
5 April 2018

Video Review – Adria Coral Motorhome

This might be a broad-stroke racial stereotype, but the Europeans just know how to do motorhomes. Or maybe they don’t but the few that trickle into Australia through importers like Adria are just the cream of the crop and so often just make sense. ... [Read More]
4 April 2018

Video Review – Frontline Hiace Adventurer

When it comes to campervan conversions, it's easy to think that for it to be a good one, it's got to be a Kombi - or at least a modern iteration of that - a Volkswagen Transporter T5. But that's just not the case, as we find when we check out the ... [Read More]
21 October 2017

Motorhome Review – Horizon Melaleuca Appeal

Van conversion motorhomes occupy a special niche in the Australian RV market. Horizon Motorhomes is the only dedicated manufacturer in that segment and is well known for its quality work and affordable prices. In case you're wondering, the ... [Read More]
21 October 2017

Motorhome Review – Sunliner Habitat

When it comes to trying new things Sunliner isn’t afraid of thinking outside the square.  Witness the new Habitat: Not a true off road motorhome , Sunliner describes it as a long-range, rough-terrain, touring motorhome designed for the serious RV ... [Read More]
14 September 2017

Apollo Motorhomes’ Overlander Unveiled

Australian-owned rental company Apollo Motorhome Holidays has launched a brand-new 4WD camper with enough room to sleep five. Available for pick up from Apollo rental branches in Alice Springs, Broome, Cairns, Darwin and Perth, the Apollo Overlan... [Read More]
2 June 2017

Review: Tiffin Allegro Breeze

By Richard Robertson In the motorhome world, the pinnacle for many is a big “Meet The Fockers”-style machine just like you’ve seen in the movies. Tiffin Motorhomes Australia imports and converts a single model from the Tiffin motorhome ... [Read More]
5 May 2017

Review: Suncamper Sovereign Deluxe

What’s inside the box? Motorhomes all look a little alike from outside, but a super stylish interior sets this one apart from the rest. By Richard Robertson Motorhome design preferences are as varied as people’s personalities, so ... [Read More]
5 May 2017

Motorhome Review: Southern Spirit Campino

By Richard Robertson of iMotorhome Sweet little campervan New Aussie camper combines Japanese reliability with German smarts and a dash of Italian style   Australia has had a love affair with campervans going back decades, still it’s ... [Read More]
5 May 2017

Motorhome Review: Winnebago Burleigh CL

Meet the new darling of the motorhome set Enter the Burleigh, built on the tough rear-wheel drive Iveco Daily By Richard Robertson One of the star new releases revealed at the recent Brisbane Caravan and Camping Show, the Burleigh is an ... [Read More]
5 May 2017